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Trending: Using Outdoor Fabrics for Indoor Furniture

Trending: Using Outdoor Fabrics for Indoor Furniture

Many designers have turned to using high-performance outdoor fabrics for indoor use.  It makes a lot of sense, given that our homes have become more casual,  and our rooms more multifunctional.  We require fabrics that can withstand the many demands of kids, pets and entertaining.

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Fortunately for all of us, there are an ever-increasing number of solution-dyed outdoor fabric styles, colors and textures to choose from that your typical outdoor look isn’t so outdoor any more!  Linens, velvets cottons, and some poly-blends are now appropriate to use both outdoors or in.  These fabrics are durable, stain resistant, and keep from fading.

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Sunbrella features a great range of options that can work into any decor. You could use it just about anywhere including on sofas, chairs, pillows or even draperies.

Perfect for every room in your home, Sunbrella fabric will withstand the messiest kids and the reddest wines. And, your friends will rave about its beauty, softness and texture in even the most formal rooms.

No longer will we hear our families say, “We can’t sit on that chair…it’s off-limits to kids”.  Today’s living rooms justify the name, thanks to the transition of outdoor fabrics to interior aesthetics.

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** All images provided by Sunbrella, available through Egg & Dart, Ltd. 

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